New York Medical College at Metropolitan Hospital Center
Welcome to the
General Surgery Residency Training Program
As an integrated rotation in the program, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center exposes residents to a wide variety of oncologic pathologies and to globally-recognized surgeons' approaches. Rotations include the highly-esteemed colorectal surgery service and gastric mixed-tumor service: covering everything from adrenal tumors to metastatic melanoma, and, of course, robotic gastric tumor resection.
Multidisciplinary conferences are held weekly bringing together surgeons, pathologists, oncologists, and radiologists to study and to tackle the most aggressive and rare tumors diagnosed worldwide.
In addition to training in the operating room, our residents also have the amazing opportunity to get involved in research projects headed by world-renown faculty members.
After 5 years of residency training and rotations at MSKCC, graduating residents will have received a superb exposure and education in the field of advanced surgical oncology.
Head and Neck Surgery
Pediatric Surgical Oncology
Gastric and Mixed Tumor Surgical Oncology